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date: 07 July 2020

Common treatment points 92

Clinical assessment 92

Complications 92

This discussion will focus on diagnosis and treatment of emergencies, as later management will be based on consultation with transplant and respiratory teams. For more information see OHRM Chapter 31.

Patients may have undergone single lung transplant, bilateral sequential lung transplant, or heart–lung transplant, and would usually be discharged about 1 month after surgery....

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